Fans from across the British Isles have arrived in Liverpool ahead of Kenyan Premier League Champions Gor Mahia’s SportPesa Cup match against Everton.
Jack and Andrew Harrison, who watched K’Ogalo in Kenya last year are among those who have made the journey along with another group of fans from Belfast.
— Jack Harrison (@jakhazza) November 6, 2018
Among those making the trip were friends and former team mates of Gor manager Dylan Kerr who are supporting the British coach for tonight’s fixture.
.@OfficialGMFC head coach Dylan Kerr received a morale boost as a couple of his friends and ex teammates arrived in Liverpool to offer their support for the Kenyans ahead of their landmark fixture against @Everton.
— SportPesa (@SportPesa) November 6, 2018
Joining the local fans was former prime minister of Kenya and the current African Union High Representative for Infrastructure Development Raila Odinga who met up with the team last night ahead of tonight’s fixture to wish them luck.
— ABU (@abumcogutua) November 6, 2018
Joined by by SportPesa CEO Ronald Karauki, Permanent Secretary Kirimi Kaberia and former Football Kenya Federation and politician Peter Kenneth, Mr Odinga encouraged the team “to offer their best and make the name Gor Mahia shine”.
— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) November 6, 2018
Tonight’s game kicks off at 10pm (Eastern Africa Time) / 7pm (GMT).